RBM1528 - Human Physiology 2 or
RBF1310 - Biology 1
|1.||Identify and describe the differences of main groups of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa and helminths;|
|2.||Discuss the growth and transmission of microorganisms associated with human health;|
|3.||Assess the role of infection control in microbial disease prevention;|
|4.||Evaluate fundamental knowledge of microbial genetics;|
|5.||Contextualise the host defence mechanisms associated with microbial infections; and|
|6.||Discuss the importance of microbiome, chemotherapeutic agents and epidemiology, and their relevance to health.|
|Test||Two (2) Topic Tests (30 minutes each)||25%|
|Report||Two (2) Laboratory Reports (800 words each)||30%|
|Case Study||Case Study (1.5 hours)||45%|
Microbiology: an Introduction 13th ed.
Tortora, G.J., Funke, B.R. & Case, C.L. (2018)
Redwood City, California
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